Past and present

North East Tourist News - - Glenrowan -

Sit­u­ated be­tween Wan­garatta and Be­nalla, Glen­rowan is fa­mous for its links to a well-known bushranger but there is so much more to this lit­tle ham­let than what hap­pened in 1880.

To­day, Glen­rowan is a town that not only em­braces its his­tory, but looks to the fu­ture with fine re­gional wines and de­li­cious lo­cal pro­duce on of­fer as well as warm hospi­tal­ity, tourist at­trac­tions and stun­ning bush­land and nat­u­ral land­scapes.

Glen­rowan it­self also has sev­eral din­ing op­tions to suit trav­ellers and lo­cals alike.

Nearby nat­u­ral at­trac­tions in­clude the Warby Ovens Na­tional Park, the Win­ton Wet­lands and more, of­fer­ing many op­tions for a pic­turesque pic­nic spot, bird watch­ing and bush­walk­ing, as well as van­tage points and look­outs in­clud­ing Ryan’s Look­out, Mt Glen­rowan and Sal­is­bury Falls.

LOOM­ING LARGE: Ned Kelly his­tory is a big part of life at Glen­rowan. PHOTO: Ewen Bell.

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